Immediately, we note that laying tiles with uneven, protruding edges, corners is most often used on walls. On the floor, this option is possible in the case of a smooth transition of tiles to another floor covering. Our site of tips decided to give photo examples of laying tiles on the walls with a “house”.
In general, such a tile layout option is most often a traditional Christmas tree, for which a beveled chevron is used, the features of which the portal wrote about. However, standard square tiles can also be laid in a diamond shape and left protruding corners as they are, as a highlight of the wall decoration..
This tiling with raised corners is often used on a kitchen backsplash, giving it an original look. Of course, this option is possible if the kitchen does not have an upper row of cabinets..
Small tiles, for example 10×10 centimeters, can also be installed in this way. “Houses”, the corners will be less noticeable, but still the layout will turn out to be unusual.
Grout, as in the case of other types of tile laying, you can choose any – exactly in tone, contrasting, colored.
3D tiles can also be used for such a layout on the walls. The visual effect will be very vivid.
In this case, the rather modest and laconic interior of the kitchen got a zest precisely due to the angular laying of the tiles, which would otherwise look boring.
And this type of ceramic tile, for obvious reasons, was called “fish scales”.
If the tiles are laid like a “house” on the walls of the kitchen or bathroom, then the finishing continues, of course, paint. And you need to combine the shades of the two finishing materials correctly in order to get a harmonious transition.
Jagged edge finishes can be created from hexagons, rhombuses, and oriental cucumber tiles. There are a lot of options, even for a mosaic it is not necessary to choose an even edge, which in some cases is not able to provide the decorative tasks set by the owners.